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I guess I overstated the case a touch, the posts the last few weeks have led me to believe it may be more difficult for a Windows user than for a Mac dweeb like me. Once I was told the correct settings from more than one reliable source, I just got to work without necessarily understanding it all, then the working process helped things come into focus. Mostly.... well maybe.... depends on when you ask me. Believe me, when PS5 first came out, all but the high priests of colorsync were completely screwed up. Remember when the Space box first showed up in the driver? I must have made test prints with every conceivable profile in that box. The "space" was between my ears. Hopefully you won't have to waste so much time and materials on trail and error, since there's more widespread knowledge and help here and elsewhere. Tyler > > Well, tboley said, "It's not so hard, just > jump in and do it" -- and it would seem he > has a point. > > Sometimes the best way to learn (almost > anything) is to jump in, do a lot of wacky > experiments, waste a lot of time & money, > make a lot of dumb mistakes, and figure it > out for yourself. Change one variable at > a time, and see what happens. Or change > lots of them at once, if it gets too > boring or frustrating. Keep good notes. > Let us know how it goes. > > > rafe b. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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